Sunday, 20 September 2015

Les Gardians: Stewards of the Camargue

Since the 1500's the men (and more recently, women) of the Brotherhood of the Camargue Horsemen have been tending to herds of horses and bulls in the unfenced coastal region of the Camargue in southern France. Working with the bulls and the beautiful white horses of the region is a noble tradition, but economic and social pressures are taking their toll on the professional gardians. And their way of life is becoming harder to maintain.

Les Gardians: Stewards of the Camargue from Bob Krist on Vimeo.

Saturday, 12 September 2015

Great White Shark Attack - BBCs Planet Earth

10 Epic Facts About Planet Earth

India is blessed with rare and amazing wildlife and natural wealth

“Cat Jenga” is a Brand New Challenging Game for Feline Fanatics

If you’re cat lover and a Jenga master, then Cat Jenga might be the perfect new challenge for you. A Chinese company called “Common” has developed a brand new version of “Cat Jenga” by cleverly combining cutout kitty poses with the game’s precarious stacking challenge. Players have to balance the wooden cat-shaped pieces on top of one another, as high as they can, with the hope that the feline silhouettes don't topple over. However conventional Cat Jenga begins with a pile of blocks and builds from that, participants of Cat Jenga stack the figures from the ground up, expecting to place the last feline on the tower and become the winner. “Cat Jenga” isn’t completely new to the novelty-game market. It was released in China a few years ago, but it’s taken all that time to be released in the United States. Now, each set of 6 is available in either teak or maple wood, and each piece is a striking depiction of a cat widening, pouncing, climbing, and of course, sleeping. Therefore, more cats you have, the higher the tower climbs, and the more daunting task the game become.Source: